Leave No Trace for Outdoor Ethics
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46 photo(s) Updated on: 09/17/2015
  • Fall 2015 Trainers Course Class. 09/13/15
  • Happy Valentine's Day from Leave No Trace for Outdoor Ethics.
  • On the Leave No Trace trail at Pinnacle Mountain Earth Day celebration.
  • Big Foot planting a tree at 2015 Pinnacle Mountain SP Earth Day celebration.
  • Earth Day 2015 at Pinnacle Mountain State Park
  • Chicago has a clever sign to remind pet owners to pick up
  • 2013 Spring trainers braving the rain and 40 degree temps on May 4th!
  • 2013 Spring Trainers Course participants at Bowen Lodge.
  • Spring 2012 Trainer Course Participants
  • Traveling Trainer Tracy hosting Leave No Trace Jeopardy.
  • Traveling Trainers Kate and Tracy at the Big Dam Bridge.
  • Kate pretends to be an elk at Pinnacle Mountain State Park while Tracy explains the 'rule of thumb' method for repsecting wildlife to a cub scout pack.
  • Mr. Big Foot
  • The Subaru Traveling Trainer's ride.
  • Kate and Tracy relaxing after their Backyard Session
  • Kate shows a map of all the places the Traveling Trainers have traveled this year.
  • Traveling Trainers Tracy and Kate explaining 'authority of the resource' to Little Rock Parks' employees.
  • Barbara and Tracy
  • Tracy, North Little Rock mayor Pat Hayes and Kate doing the LNT swirly gig.
  • Mr. Foot.
  • Backyard Session at Wit Stephens, Jr. Nature Center with everyone doing the LNT swirly gig sign.
  • Big Foot visiting with our Fall 2011 trainers. Thanks to the Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers, Tracy and Kate for helping us this weekend!
  • 2011 Spring Trainer Course
  • 2010 Fall Trainers Course paricipants and trainers.
  • Trail Braiding on Sugar Loaf National Nature Trail on Greer's Ferry Lake.
  • Trail Braiding on Sugar Loaf National Nature Trail on Greer's Ferry Lake.
  • Leave what you find not practiced here.
  • Two LNT principles violated here: Dispose of waste properly and plan and prepare ahead. Plastic water bottles should be replaced with reusable durable water bottles or camelbacks.
  • The photographer may be too close to this moose.
  • Stick to the trail or this is the result.
  • Fire options.
  • Yikes! Camp OH NO somewhere in England.

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